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Social-collaborative complexity of work: Implications for ability test validities
The social, collaborative, interpersonal, and interdependence demands of jobs, referred to as social-collaborative complexity (SCC), are rapidly expanding in the work place. One implication for human resources research is ...
Spontaneous recovery of "lost" information: The case for retrieval inhibition
Eight experiments were conducted to investigate the phenomenon of spontaneous recovery, or memory improvement over time without repeated testing. While this phenomenon has been previously studied within the verbal learning ...
Automatic and controlled processes in leadership recognition: Investigating the impact of information load, need for leadership, and time delay
It has been theorized that leadership recognition is the product of an automatic categorization process in which individuals compare a set of observed behaviors to a leadership prototype and then, given a sufficient match, ...